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Kiara is the First Born Liliger Ever (20 pics)

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Meet Kiara, the first ever Liliger Cat in the world. Her dad is an African lion and mother is a liger (cross between a lion and a tiger). She was born in a Russian zoo and was raised in a normal house as a house cat.

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№1 Author: nat (2 Nov 2012 02:24) Total user comments: 72


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such a cutiepie!!!
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№2 Author: Jimmy Johnson (2 Nov 2012 02:55) Total user comments: 5518


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No one sees a problem with a cub of an African lion; the mother already a liger, bred in a Russian zoo being raised as a house cat?

I'm all for homogenization when it comes to pasteurized milk.
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№3 Author: pash.maloo (2 Nov 2012 04:55) Total user comments: 1713


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good point
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№4 Author: Inocentino01 (2 Nov 2012 05:22) Total user comments: 278


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The father is so beautiful.. 29 29 29

Pick 7. You can see in the eyes the diference between a domestic animal
and a wild one.
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№5 Author: adzhoe (2 Nov 2012 06:45) Total user comments: 14959


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modified animals, hmmm, let's see what happens...
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№6 Author: Shalaba (2 Nov 2012 11:10) Total user comments: 381


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it's cute and so on, but why do they keep crossing species that normally would not go together.. I just don't understand..? let nature do its job..
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№7 Author: mahedi (2 Nov 2012 11:37) Total user comments: 10772


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Its so cute 29
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№8 Author: Wes (2 Nov 2012 11:50) Total user comments: 438


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she is so cute that I can forget that one day she will can eat you all
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№9 Author: thughugger (2 Nov 2012 15:21) Total user comments: 1015


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Nice
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№10 Author: anakin fartwalker (2 Nov 2012 15:40) Total user comments: 368


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awwww so cute...

heree kiara kity kity kity...

*GHRRRRRRRR*

mmmm...okay never mind
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№11 Author: Funky_monkey (2 Nov 2012 20:25) Total user comments: 72


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Shalaba,

The dog in your profile picture is years of selective breeding. Bulldogs were selectively bred to be short and stout, in order to be able to get under a bull and at it's belly. That's not nature, that's selective breeding. Cows, chickens, pigs, sheep... all are selectively bred by humans to benefit us, we just don't open our eyes to it all the time.
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№12 Author: Nyetwerke (2 Nov 2012 21:37) Total user comments: 95


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I wonder if the growth trait will be increased or decreased with the mother's genes? The male lion has genes which code for size, size in male lions being conducive to their defense of pride and offspring. This code for size is reduced in ligers because of the female tiger also having a predisposition towards large size. The female African lion is the genetic carrier for a balance of the species' genetic coding for size. Even when geographically close, lions and tigers have not been recorded to have bred (Asian lion and Bengal tiger) but the large size would probably not be conducive to living in the wild. Its all selective breeding in this case.
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№13 Author: Lu (3 Nov 2012 20:53) Total user comments: 15082


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Liliger. . .Tition . . .what next?
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№14 Author: Jinxaruny (4 Nov 2012 15:30) Total user comments: 10324


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Beautiful little thing!
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